Playlist Support Added to Websites

We have added Apple and Spotify Playlist support directly into websites. Simply add your Apple or Spotify Playlist ID to a custom content section and it will appear on your website: As Race Roster helpfully pointed out, it is fun to add a playlist that helps define your race. Especially with virtual races, music is […]

Using our own Free Race Websites

Over the past few weeks, we have had to put out a LOT of information quickly. We wanted to do that with a website. However, our main website has a lot of restrictions on it for PCI compliance purposes where every line of change requires code review and special deployment procedures. This put several people […]

Custom Countdown for Cover Pages

We have added another feature to cover pages – Custom Countdown Clock. Like all cover page components, it is simple to add and set up – and takes effect immediately. Yet another reason to use free RunSignup Websites to help save money, improve your brand, and offer participants all the information in one place.

Customize Sign Up and Donate Buttons

You can now customize the Sign Up and Donate call to action buttons at the top of your race website. There are two big updates: You can change Sign Up to any call to action, such as “Register” (15 character maximum) You can add a subtitle to the call to action button (25 character maximum) […]

Ticket Event Cover Pages

With GiveSignup’s ticket event websites, any nonprofit can create a real website for their ticket event(s) with a custom domain or subdomain, built-in security, mobile responsiveness, SEO optimization, and integrated event information. Cover pages take branding to the next level, with an easy point-and-click builder that allows a nonprofit to build a unique landing page […]

Sponsors Cover Page Component

We now make it super easy to add sponsors to your cover page as yet another data component. This takes full advantage of the RunSignup Sponsor capability to manage your sponsors – creating custom sponsor levels, inviting sponsors to manage their own information, invoicing and collecting payments, managing real time visibility and providing reporting to […]

Website Cover Page Data Components

As discussed when we first announced Cover Pages, we are beginning to add live data components to cover pages. We have added three, with many more to come over the next two months: Event Tiles – the squares that appear on a normal race or nonprofit ticket website now appear on your cover page. Top […]

Vote for Your Favorite RunSignup Cover Page

Our cover page contest has come to a close, and it’s time for you to vote for your favorite finalist! We’ve narrowed down the top five for you to choose from. To cast your vote, simply go to our Facebook album and like your favorite page. The page with the most likes by July 1st […]

Using SubDomains with RunSignup Websites

In addition to Domains, you can also use SubDomains with RunSignup Websites. This can be very powerful if you already have a primary website and want to reinforce that brand, or you have multiple events on RunSignup and you want to tie them all together with the feel of a single website and domain name. […]

Google Domains Website Example

This feature will be publicly released in mid April, 2019. RunSignup is offering “BYO Domain” to our free website hosting for races and nonprofits. In this example, we bought the domain name MoorestownTrails.org on Google Domains, and then pointed that domain to RunsignUp so that name can be used in addition to RunSignup.com/MoorestownTurkeyTrot. This blog covers the […]

GoDaddy Domain Website Setup Example

This feature will be publicly released in mid April, 2019. RunSignup is offering “BYO Domain” to our free website hosting for races and nonprofits. In this example, we bought the domain name ScottCoffeeRun.com on GoDaddy, and then pointed that domain to RunsignUp so that name can be used in addition to RunSignup.com/ScottCoffeeRun. This blog covers […]

Domains, SSL, DNS and Internet Basics

With the coming release of “BYO Domain” on RunSignup in mid-April 2019, this blogpost is meant to provide you with a basic understanding of how domains work, and the background on what you will need to do to set up your Domain so RunSignup can host your website. The setup process will have two major […]

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